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Study Guide Answers. Check and write your corrections! Use the cards to study for your test tomorrow!. 1. What is the name of Huntsville, Texas’ watershed?. Trinity River Watershed. 2. What organelles separate a plant cell from an animal cell?. Chloroplasts Cell wall.

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Study guide answers

Study Guide Answers

Check and write your corrections!

Use the cards to study for your test tomorrow!


1 what is the name of huntsville texas watershed

1. What is the name of Huntsville, Texas’ watershed?

  • Trinity River Watershed


2 what organelles separate a plant cell from an animal cell

2. What organelles separate a plant cell from an animal cell?

  • Chloroplasts

  • Cell wall


3 if bob pulls a wagon 80 meters using a force of 78 n ewtons how much work has he done

3. If Bob pulls a wagon 80 meters using a force of 78 Newtons, how much work has he done?

  • Work = Force x Distance

  • Work = 78N x 80m

  • Work = 6240 N-m or joules


4 using the food chain what is the name of the producer

4. Using the food chain, what is the name of the producer?

Blueberry bush  mockingbird  wild cat  coyote

Blueberry bush


5 using the food chain what is the name of the secondary consumer

5. Using the food chain, what is the name of the secondary consumer?

Blueberry bush  mockingbird  wild cat  coyote

Wild cat


6 using the food chain what is the name of the primary consumer

6. Using the food chain, what is the name of the primary consumer?

Blueberry bush  mockingbird  wild cat  coyote

Mockingbird


7 name the safety equipment you should wear during a lab using sulfuric acid

7. Name the safety equipment you should wear during a lab using sulfuric acid.

  • Goggles, lab apron, gloves, closed toed shoes


8 how will a volcano effect an ecosystem when it erupts

8. How will a volcano effect an ecosystem when it erupts?

  • Lava will burn all of the plants and animals that it touches


9 how does weathering effect rocks when water seeps in cracks and freezes over many nights

9. How does weathering effect rocks when water seeps in cracks and freezes over many nights?

  • Ice wedging breaks the rock apart


10 how do you know when work has been done there are two things

10. How do you know when work has been done? (there are two things)

  • A force is applied, an object moves from one place to another


11 what kind of organism makes its food with the process of photosynthesis

11. What kind of organism makes its food with the process of photosynthesis?

  • producers


12 define an ecoregion

12. Define an ecoregion.

  • An area defined by climate and animal and plant species that stay relatively within that area


13 what process made the grand canyon form

13. What process made the Grand Canyon form?

  • Erosion


14 describe how ground water can be contaminated

14. Describe how ground water can be contaminated.

  • People can pollute the land in the watershed


15 when river water flows downstream does pollution travel with the water

15. When river water flows downstream, does pollution travel with the water?

  • yes


16 define producer

16. Define producer.

  • Organisms that make their own food through photosynthesis


17 define weathering

17. Define weathering.

  • The breakdown of rock through physical or chemical processes to create sediments


18 define erosion

18. Define erosion.

  • The movement of weathered sediments


19 why do people care about weathering

19. Why do people care about weathering?

  • So that we can try to prevent it in places that we do not want weathering to occur


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20. If you are completing a lab about weathering, and needed to record information about the amount of weathering that has occurred, what information will need to be on your data table?

  • Mass of rocks and amount of time they were weathered


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